• 19
  • 03
  • 2017
  • 07.30
  • pm

honey pot presents CONNOR ROFF

Please note this is an 18+ event

Honey Pot presents an eclectic night of music at The Castle in Manchester. Doors open at 7:30 and music starts at 8pm. £5 in advance and on the door 🙂



Connor Roff combines west coast Canada with London’s urban sprawl blurring the lines between indie folk and pop. Past radio play includes BBC Introducing London, Spire Radio Chesterfield and Wire Radio Bristol. Performing solo and with a support band, 2017 marks an exciting chapter of the Roff adventure, with upcoming releases and UK gigs and tours.

‘[Chasing Dreams] is an engrossing return from a rare talent. Flexible, fragile and breezy.” – Clash Music


John Dhali is a 22 year old Soul-Folk artist with a fiery presence, a rare depth of understanding and a knack for writing good tunes. Hearing his music for the first time has been likened to ‘welcoming an old friend’. Instantly familiar melodies, profound lyricism and a soaring vocal combine to form a magical musical medicine for the Soul. Featured on BBC radio 1 and 2 and winner of ‘Best Solo Act’ in the Music Awards of Staffordshire and Cheshire 2016, John is worth watching out for and definitely worth a listen!


Chris Tavener is a satirical singer-songwriter, known for his comedic, witty lyrics and a vintage sound.

Having completed 351 performances in 2016 alone, Chris is one of the most hard-working musicians in the North West. His latest EP sold in the hundreds of copies and received acclaim from Steve Lamacq of BBC 6 Music who has played the tracks four times on national radio.

Originally from Northwich in Cheshire, Chris began writing and producing demo albums annually from age 17. Rather than write about himself, he wrote storytelling songs about the ironic comedy in everything from drunken romance, celebrity worship, football hooligans and small town problems.

In 2016, he took on a nationwide tour visiting 10 cities over 6 weeks, and at age 23, he released his popular EP “i’m sorrdy bi’m drunnk” at a sold out show in Manchester’s reputable ‘Night & Day Café’. The success of which led to a stint at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and a second nationwide tour.


Katie O’Malley is a Rochdale girl who is full to the brim with soulful folk, her influences clearly shine through and include the likes of Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell. The raw emotion to her voice fills a venue. She began gigging at 17 and became a regular favourite on the Manchester music scene. After releasing her single ‘Beg’ she has supported Kal Lavelle and appeared at festivals including Ramsbottom Fest and Blackthorn and is now on track to release her debut EP ‘Dawn Chorus’.

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